Contact Us
Lyndhurst Daily Voice serves Lyndhurst, North Arlington & Wallington

Menu

Lyndhurst Daily Voice serves Lyndhurst, North Arlington & Wallington

Nearby Towns

Cecilia Levine

Managing Editor, New Jersey clevine@dailyvoice.com

Cecilia Levine’s career in journalism began her junior year at Pace University. While writing for the university's paper, she helped shed light on campus problems and, despite facing adversity on campus, couldn't see herself doing anything but reporting. The West Hartford Conn. native graduated in 2014, and began working for NorthJersey.com weeklies in Essex County. It was there that she launched a health column profiling locals battling serious illnesses, helped impact change to the local animal shelter and earned an NJPA award for health writing. Cecilia started off as a reporter for Daily Voice when the company launched its New Jersey pod in Summer 2015, and has since worked her way up to become the managing editor. She is proud to now call Bergen County "home.”

Cecilia Levine's Contributions

  1. Paramus Senior Pulls Off Surprise Fashion Show Promposal

    Paramus Senior Pulls Off Surprise Fashion Show Promposal

    PARAMUS, N.J. — Jack Roma’s heart was pounding as he walked down the runway with Jess Guidetti at the Paramus High Senior Class Fashion Show Thursday.Roma wasn’t as nervous that they’d mess up as he was for what was about to happen.Once they got to the end, Guidetti turned around to see the pair’s friends holding signs that read: “PROM?” Roma was right behind her with a bouquet of roses ...

  2. Study Hard, Party Harder: 'Snooki Bill' Wouldn't Have Stopped 2011 Speech

    Study Hard, Party Harder: 'Snooki Bill' Wouldn't Have Stopped 2011 Speech

    A bill named after MTV's "Jersey Shore" star Nicole "Snooki" Polizi passed the Assembly and is making its way to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's desk, NorthJersey.com reports.The bill, which was drafted after the reality television star collected $32,000 for a 2011 event at Rutger's University, is meant to prohibit public institutions of higher education from using ...

  3. Passaic's Rodney Frelinghuysen Deals Trumpcare 'Mortal Blow'

    Passaic's Rodney Frelinghuysen Deals Trumpcare 'Mortal Blow'

    PASSAIC COUNTY, N.J. — Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (R) announced that he would vote against the GOP's bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.The U.S. Representative for New Jersey's 11th congressional district is the chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, and committee chairpersons typically vote in line with the House leadership. The Hufftington Post described ...

  4. Three Injured In Amtrak Train Derailment, Penn Station Service Suspended

    Three Injured In Amtrak Train Derailment, Penn Station Service Suspended

    Rail service in and out of Penn Station in New York City is being diverted to Hoboken Terminal due to a derailed Amtrak train Friday morning, NJ Transit announced.Three people suffered injuries after an Amtrak Acela departing Penn Station made contact with a New Jersey Transit train in the station, according to multiple reports.Approximately 300 passengers were removed from the ...

  5. Paramus Native's New App Sparks Central Park Snowball Fight

    Paramus Native's New App Sparks Central Park Snowball Fight

    PARAMUS, N.J. — Had Paramus native Josh Block never launched his new app, the 19-person snowball fight that went down in Central Park during Snowstorm Stella wouldn't have happened.The 25-year-old and three friends rolled out the activity-based app Sponté — derived from the word "spontaneous" — earlier this month, and it already has more than 200 active users."Sponté is ...

  6. Owner Has 'Substantial Doubt' Hackensack Sears Will Stay In Business

    Owner Has 'Substantial Doubt' Hackensack Sears Will Stay In Business

    Sears and Kmart could be headed toward bankruptcy and the corporate owner is pointing pointing to online shopping and competition as two of the main threats.According to multiple reports on Tuesday, Sears Holding Corporation said that there was “substantial doubt” that it can continue its current services, citing efforts to cut costs, sell property and find new revenue sources as the ...

  7. Two Cancer Patients, One Closter School: Community Rallies For Both

    Two Cancer Patients, One Closter School: Community Rallies For Both

    CLOSTER, N.J. — More than $1,400 had been raised as of Wednesday evening on a YouCaring page for a Closter boy battling cancer.David O'Hanlon, a second grader at Hillside School, was diagnosed with b-cell lymphoblastic lymphoma in January after having a tumor removed from his cheek. David's dad, John, has been disabled and unable to work for over two years. His mom, Lisa, has had to ...

  8. Community Rallies For Families Of Slain Paterson Victims In 'RHONJ' Car

    Community Rallies For Families Of Slain Paterson Victims In 'RHONJ' Car

    PATERSON, N.J. — More than $11,000 had been raised as of Wednesday evening on a GoFundMe page created for the families of the two victims found dead in a torched car owned by "Real Housewives of New Jersey" guest Kim DePaola.Detectives and U.S. Marshals on Monday arrested two men on murder, arson and robbery charges in connection with the killings of Aaron Anderson, 27, and ...

  9. Wind Advisory Issued In Lyndhurst, Power Outages Expected

    Wind Advisory Issued In Lyndhurst, Power Outages Expected

    Hold on to your hats! The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory across Bergen and Passaic counties until 6 p.m. Wednesday.Strong winds may blow down limbs, trees and power lines — outages are expected, according to the NWS.This will result in wind-chill factors that will make the temperature feel like it's in the teens."A wind advisory is issued when sustained winds ...

  10. Newly Appointed Fair Lawn Clerk Is So Excited To Start

    Newly Appointed Fair Lawn Clerk Is So Excited To Start

    FAIR LAWN, N.J. — Marilyn Bojanowski was appointed Fair Lawn's new municipal clerk Tuesday night.She has been the deputy to Joanne Kwasniewski — who is retiring after 23 years — since 1998.Bojanowski officially will begin on April 1, and that day can't come soon enough."I am so excited to become the municipal clerk," said Bojanowski, a grandmother of 11. "I've wanted this ...

  11. Prev Page 1 of 89 1 2 3 4 5 Next
    1 - 10 of 890 articles

Welcome to

Lyndhurst Daily Voice!

Serves Lyndhurst, North Arlington & Wallington

This is a one time message inviting you to keep in touch

Get important news about your town as it happens.